Danes are on the verge of a totally cashless society. Even now, the vast majority of retail sales are cashless, even buying hot dogs from a street stand. Now a major drugstore chain is taking it to the next level: cell phone payments.
Danes are on the verge of a totally cashless society. Even now, the vast majority of retail sales are cashless -- even hotdogs from a street stand.
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Cash-free payments are quite common in Denmark. People there use credit cards not only to pay for big-ticket items, but also for small things like hotdogs, and this trend cannot be reversed.
By the time Iluminada Panabe was convicted of human smuggling, police estimated 800 Filipinos had gained illegal entry to Europe. Ana P. Santos spoke with Panabe, who has been serving her sentence in northern Denmark.
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